[mrtg] Re: Question on graphing low numbers...

C.Prickaerts at UB.UNIMAAS.NL C.Prickaerts at UB.UNIMAAS.NL
Sat May 19 19:58:18 MEST 2001

Hi Alex,

I tried the perhour option, and this resulted in a readable (there's
something to look at) graph.
I'll try RRDTool now to see what happens, didn't know RRD would go below
zero, thanks for the tip!



> > Ok, so it's got something to do with 50/300secs being 
> almost below zero ;)
> This is, indeed, too low for MRTG.  The number is below 1 and will be
> rounded down to 0.  This is happening for every number by the way, it
> just isn't important for "normal" applications with speeds in the Mbps
> range.
> You could also try the PerHour option.
> As a last workaround you could do everything by hand.  Multiply the
> numbers by 1000 and modify the labels and legenda accordingly.
> If the results are not satisfactory you should use RRDtool.  This
> will make it possible to display (for instance) 0.001 SNMP request
> per second.

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